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Course code: MAE-006
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 5 days
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: From NOK 14500,-

After completing this course, participants will have the knowledge required to pass the IWCF Certification test. The IWCF Certification in Norway is a government imposed certificate for leading well service personnel and must be renewed every two years.

 

Course Content

- Self-study before the course starts

- Teaching and assignments

- Practical exercises on simulator

- The course ends with IWCF certification test

- Main reasons for well bore kick

- Interpretation of welll bore signals indicating a kick

- Shut-in procedures

- Well control calculations

- Circulations methods

- Simulator exercises

Course code: MAE-008
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 5 days
Language: Norwegian, English
Price: From NOK 14500,-

After completing this course, participants will have the knowledge required to pass the IWCF Certification test. The IWCF Certification in Norway is a government imposed certificate for leading well service personnel and must be renewed every two years.

Course Content

- Self-study before the course starts
- Teaching and assignments
- Practical exercises on simulator
- The course ends with IWCF certification test
- Main reasons for well bore kick
- Interpretation of welll bore signals indicating a kick
- Shut-in procedures
- Well control calculations
- Circulations methods
- Simulator exercises

Course code: MAE-009
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 3 days
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 13995,-

This introductory course provides the drilling personnel with basic understanding of well control. Progressing junior staff get a solid background and knowledge of why well control is essential, how well control is maintained, what the indicators are that well control might be lost, and how to regain the control once it has been lost.

Understand the negative consequences associated with loss of well control
Understand the need for detection
Recognize the warning signs of abnormal pressure
Know the actions that should be taken when kick indicators are present
Be familiar with the functions of the bop equipment
Be able to select well control method to regain control
Be able to fill in a IWCF surface and/or subsea kill sheet
Be able to calculate kill mud weight, initial circulation pressure and final circulation pressure
Correctly obtain shut in pressures in the well
Understand the barrier concept
Know the impact pumping cement could have on well control
Obtain sufficient knowledge to pass a written IWCF test with minimum 70% score

Course code: MAE-001
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 1 day
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 4950,-

Focus on various phases of a drilling operation.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to describe the various phases of a drilling operation. They should be able to identify, state the position and give an account of how drilling equiopment is used on a platform.

 

Course Content

Data collection:

- Formation research

- Petroleum geology

- Drillhole logging

 

Platform types:

- Various platform types

 

Drilling technology with drilling equipment:

- Lift system

- Help equipment for drilling

- Drill column

- Bits

- Surge pipe and BOP

- Compensatory equipment

- Fishing and fishing equipment

- Directional drilling

- Drilling from a floating installation

 

General well control:

- Hydro static pressure

- Formation pressure

- Break-up pressure

- Grounds for kick

- Out-circulating of kick

- Methods for killing operation

- Concept of kick/blow-out

- Well-control equipment

 

Feed pipes and cementing:

- Types of feed pipes

- Putting in feed pipes

- Cementing

- Equipment/cement unit

 

Mud technology:

- Functions of mud

- Equipment

- Cleaning mud

 

The course can also be arranged internally and can be tailor-made for individual companies.

Course code: MAE-004
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 2 days
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 9750,-

The most common well problems
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to give an account of the construction process of a production well, and the equipment that is used for completion. In addition to this, they should be able to describe the most common problems that affect wells, as well as giving an account of how these can be solved.

 

Course Content

Formation research:

 - Seismic data

- MWD/LWD

 

Design of completion string:

- Production pipes

- Installation, steel quality, loads

- Temperature

- Pressure conditions in the well

- Perforation

- Completion of horizontal wells/multi-boundary wells

 

Design of completion liquid:

- Well and packer fluid, oil and water based etc.

- Permeability and viscosity

 

Completion equipment:

- Well head and Christmas tree

- Function of Christmas tree on a platform completed well

- Putting in production pipes/lines

- Production pipe gaskets

- Well safety valves (SCSSV)

- Compensatory equipment/expansion joints

- Anchoring profiles

- Sliding sleeves

 

Completion equipment, cont.:

- Side pockets

- Pipe reinforcements

- Lower part of production pipe

 

Well stimulation:

- Sand control/Gas lift

- Methods of chemical injection/acidizing

- Water and gas injection

- Gravel pack

 

Wells completed on the sea bed:

- Guide frame

- Christmas tree

- Well head

- Control system

- Underwater joints

- Protective structure

- ROV/ROT

 

Well Maintenance

 

Wireline operations:

- Equipment and principles

- Advantages and limitations when using wireline operations

 

Coiled tubing:

- Equipment and principles

- Advantages and limitations when operating coiled tubing

 

Hydraulic well overhauling (snubbing)

- Equipment and principles

- Advantages and limitations of hydraulic well overhaul operation

 

The course can also be arranged internally and can be tailor-made for individual companies.

Course code: MAE-005
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 2 days
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 8300,-

How oil and gas are formed and how we locate oil on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to describe the formation of the earth and the internal and external forces that influence the earth, for example the formation of continents, mountain ranges, volcanoes, earthquakes and the different types of natural terrain: mountains, dales, beach surfaces and the sea bed. Participants will be able to recognize the most important minerals and rock types. In addition, they should be able to talk about the main geological features of the Norwegian shelf, and the methods we used to locate and determine the qualities of oil and gas fields.

 

Course Content

Determining location on the Norwegian shelf

 

General geology:

-The formation of the earth

-Processes that form the earth's crust

-Sedimentology

-Minerals and rock types (with emphasis on sedimentary rock types)

-Historical geology

 

Formation and accumulation of petroleum:

-What is oil?

-Where and how do we find oil?

What happens when oil is produced?

 

Methods of location: 

-Geophysical investigations

 

Magnetometry, Gravimetry, Seismology

-Geological investigations and drilling

 Investigations; Drilling, Sample taking; Drill hole logging

 

Concepts and what they mean:

-Porousness

-Permeability

-Saturation

-Liquid/gas division in reservoir

-Calculation of oil and gas content

-Fluid qualities

-Composition of petroleum

-Phase behaviour

-Which analyses can be used when, and how

 

The geographic oil composition of Norway:

-Field geology of the North Sea

 The Ekofisk area, Oseberg, Statfjord

-Geology of the Norwegian Sea

-Regional geology of the Barent's Sea

 

The course can also be arranged internally and can be tailor-made for individual companies.

Course code: MAE-003
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 2 days
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 8300,-

Focus on production and processing. Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to give an account of the production process of oil and gas. They should be able to identify platform equipment, state the position, and, in principle, give an account of the workings of the production and process equipment involved.

 

Course Content 

Introduction:

What is produced?

- Liquids

- Gases

 

The production well:

The Christmas tree

 

The production process, main and auxiliary equipment

- Well head

- Production manifold

- Inlet separator/water separator

- De-gassing tanks

- Liquid separators

- Suction brushes

- Gas Brushes

- Compressors

- Coalescer

- Flare boom - Coolers/heat exchangers

- Pumps

- Filters

- Valves

 

The production process, main and auxiliary equipment, cont.:

- Measuring apparatus

- Water machines - electric boilers

- Gas treatment equipment

- Separators for gas/condensate

- Storage tanks and equipment

- Re-injection manifold

- Safety and surveillance systems

- Help systems

 

Production methods:

- Primary extraction

- Secondary extraction (gas/water injection)

 

Future production systems:

- Underwater/satellite system

 

The course can also be arranged internally and can be tailor-made for individual companies.

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